Just came here tonight on account of some long time family friends visiting here briefly and wanted to catch up before they left. It's located inside Royal Centre next to the Hyatt so parking is a little confusing, even in the underground parking.
We had 7-8 dishes in all, a packaged dinner which included mostly typical dishes, but some with unusual presentation, like the roasted chicken with crisp skin, but topped with a dark soy and the infamous green onion and ginger oil. It ruined the crisp skin and made the entire dish bleak with no direction in taste. The peking duck, a usual favourite, came with dry wrappers and the duck skin itself was another turnoff, not very crispy. Like the previous reviewer mentioned, the fish and sugar snap pea dish was prepared well though the baby bok choi in the sea cucumber and duck web dish was way overdone. Portions are quite ample for many of our dishes but prices are high in return.
Service was hit and miss. Servers were very subtle and blended into the background though they were efficient in replacing plates but slow on refilling the teapots and pitchers of water. I found it very unusual that a few of our dishes were single serving items only with no leftovers for people looking for seconds: the lettuce wrap, the soup to name a couple.
Restaurant is clean and decently modern, though the carpet design was an oversight and the weirdo purple-red leds going in the ceiling was tacky and out of place. One of the few chinese restaurants I've been to where they spent quite a sum on the washrooms, very modern and sleek, and pretty clean to boot.
Considering it's location it might be a restaurant for tourists, since the food here seem too needlessly overdramatic and ends up ruining the simpleness of many chinese dishes. It wasn't busy; our table stood out and echoed the noises all across the room, though nobody cared. Our visitors paid the bill, felt bad. Will I be back? Maybe if someone else paid.